Greaves Farm Caravan Park

Things to Do

Visit Local Attractions

Greaves Farm Caravan Park is an ideal holiday base within easy reach of many Lake District visitor attractions, places of interest and outdoor experiences. If you are interested in culture there are historic houses, gardens and museums. There’s a lot to do if you like the great outdoors from water sports to cycling and adventure activities.

Fell Foot Country Park

Situated at the southern tip of Lake Windermere and a 10 minute drive from the park, Fell Foot is a family-friendly location. Its spacious grounds and easy lake access for paddling and swimming make it a must-visit location.

There is also rowboat, kayak and paddleboard hire. Find out more on the national trust website

South Lakes Safari Zoo

Located at Dalton-in Furness, it’s home to rare and endangered species in a unique natural environment. Perfect for family days out and animal lovers. Find out more on the South Lakes Safari Zoo website

Grizedale Forest and Go Ape

Grizedale forest offers gorgeous walks, cycle trails, sculptures, bike hire and a play area.

Adrenaline junkies can visit Go Ape for treetop adventures, zip lines and forest Segwaying. It’s Situated between Lake Windermere and Coniston Water. To plan your Go Ape adventure visit

Lake District Visitor Centre at Brockhole

Visit Brockhole for endless family activities and adventures including crazy karts, mini-golf, archery, woodland trails and adventure playgrounds.

There’s lots of entertainment for adults too. With galleries, gardens, a lake shoreline, boat hire and laser clay shooting everyone is guaranteed to have a great day. Its located on the A591 between Bowness and Ambleside. For more information visit the Brockhole website

Lakes Aquarium

Learn about life beneath the lake at the seashore. Meet the creatures and listen to educational daily talks. The Aquarium is at Lakeside where you can also find Windermere Lake Cruises and the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Steam Railway. For more information visit the Lakes Aquarium website

Windermere Jetty Museum and Lakes Cruises

The Jetty Museum is a family-friendly attraction all about the boats and the history of Windermere. View the museum’s fascinating collection of motorboats, steam launches and yachts.

After learning about boats at the Jetty museum why not have a boat ride yourself. Jump on one of the daily cruises along Lake Windermere to Bowness on Windermere and Ambleside. For more information visit the Jetty Museum website and the Windermere Lake Cruises website

Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway

Based at Haverthwaite station the steam railway runs 3.5 miles to Lakeside. Be amazed by the fleet of steam locomotives, engine shed, playground and woodland walk. For more information visit the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway website

What’s On Locally

Embrace the local culture and discover close by events and attractions. From medieval churches and captivating museums to the monthly local arts and crafts fair, there’s really something for everyone here.

Local Places of Interest

Cartmel Priory

A historic 12th-century medieval priory church around which the picturesque village grew. For more information visit

Holker Hall and Gardens

Dating back to the 1600s it’s home to the Cavendish family. The stunning gardens are well worth a visit.

Lakeland Motor Museum

Learn about road transport throughout the 20th century and local history. Eat and relax at the lovely riverside café or the funky 1950’s themed cafe. For more information visit

Levens Hall

A beautiful Elizabethan mansion, famous for its ancient topiary gardens. For more information visit

Sizergh Castle and Garden

A medieval house and gardens with shops and a café. Its located at Helsington near Kendal. For more information visit

Local Events



Beautiful Rural Setting

Greaves Farm Caravan Park gives easy access to explore the whole of the picturesque Lake District.